Vietnam’s Annual Report Awards have continually improved the transparency and professionalism in reporting of companies listed on the Vietnamese stock market.
SC VivoCity, an iconic shopping centre under construction in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7 has already welcomed well-known retailers ahead of its scheduled opening in the first half of 2015.
Ho Chi Minh City is seeking to boost ties between the supporting industry and high technology sector, as well as support the development of both, towards luring more foreign investment.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam reaffirmed the country’s reform efforts to spur growth in the years to come at the recent 2014 Forbes Vietnam Business Forum in Ho Chi Minh City.
MasterChef USA 2012 winner Christine Ha will showcase her culinary talent at the Taste the Stories charity gala dinner on July 5 in Ho Chi Minh City.
HSBC has put its economic growth forecast for Vietnam at 5.5 per cent this year and 5.8 per cent next year due to sluggish domestic demand.
Ho Chi Minh City has so far been successful in its goal to double the number of foreign-invested projects licensed this year against 2013 with $1.08 billion in the first half.
This year’s first half saw foreign direct investment inflows to Ho Chi Minh City more than double to almost $1.08 billion year-on-year.
The US’ Global Finance magazine has selected Ho Chi Minh City-based Sacombank as its best bank in Vietnam for 2014.
Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island, recently cherry-picked as one of the world’s ten ‘lost paradises’ by online travel agent Zuji, may soon lose its unspoilt reputation as developers descend on this popular destination.
Germany’s leading chemical company BASF celebrated the opening of its new Vietnam office at Saigon Trade Centre in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 on June 25.
Legendary global investor Dr. Marc Faber has recommended Vietnam as a solid investment as he believes the country offers attractive opportunities in the long run.
The Vietnam Investment Forum, themed The Rise of Frontier and Emerging Markets and Opportunities for Vietnam, is being held in Ho Chi Minh City today and headlined by legendary, contrarian investor Dr Marc Faber, known in some financial circles as Dr. Doom.
The Ho Chi Minh City Development Bank (HDBank) is offering collateral-free mid-term loans to foreign-invested enterprises between June 5 and September 30.
Dragon Capital, one of the leading asset managers in Indochina, has been named Fund Manager of the year in the 2014 WealthBriefing Asia Awards.